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5 days ago

Junior Developer

Boostability Lindon, UT

The Junior Website Developer is a crucial part of our Custom Website Team. You will be given layered image files (.PSD) and asked to implement those… jobsradar.com

5 days ago

Content Marketing And Design Supervisor

Boostability Lindon, UT

* Lead the Custom Website Content and Design teams * Work with content team to ensure the way content is implemented across the team is consistent… jobsradar.com

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Boostability CEO Travis Thorpe
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    "Get your feet wet, but don't dive in!"

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    Former Employee - Account Manager in American Fork, UT
    Former Employee - Account Manager in American Fork, UT
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    I worked at Boostability full-time (More than a year)


    As a young, boot strapped company at the time, Boostability was a great way to launch my career! I had the opportunity to work across several departments and build some great relationships with those I would call mentors. I was able to leverage my time at Boostability to gain awesome career opportunities. There was a great sense of team building but the sales dept. often over sold clients on deliverables that were not feasible for the low monthly SEO campaign spend ($300-$500/mo).


    The fulfillment team is pretty green and not extremely well versed in up to date SEO tactics. They encouraged internal bloggers to use exact match anchor text in blog posts that were highly irrelevant and low quality. Boostability provides very little value past the initial 6 months of a campaign. Also, their account managers were over worked and tasked with managing 50+ accounts at a time. Management was prone to talking behind backs and gossip. Some of the most knowledgeable employees moved on to better opportunities to be replaced by less competent employees.

    Advice to Management

    Slow down on the growth and focus on building more value into your services and processes. Bigger doesn't mean better and remember... quality > quantity :)

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